As Father’s Day nears, here’s fatherly counsel on a lesser-known attribute of free-flowing streams

“And he (father) often said that you could take something out of your imagination that you didn’t like, just like you would out of your pocket, and let it go into the river and it would never come back.  He told me that whenever he felt any sense of failure, he would go to the river and let whatever was bothering him loose into the water.

What My Father Told Me— A Tale of Communion with Water                         by Michael Delp, from The Gift of Rivers, edited by Pamela Michael

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